When a team is searching the market, they shouldn't go with the "best guy available" mentality.
For one, how the player will mesh with his team has to be considered. Does the player need the ball in his hands in order to contribute? That doesn't work so well when the team's philosophy is predicated on ball sharing.
What about players who shoot 20 to 30 times a game? Don't bring them on to a squad that already has a set rotation and stars that put up most of the points.
Also, when adding or re-signing role players, there has to be a balance between how much they can contribute with what a new contract means for the future of the franchise.
We are going to look at each team and the guys they shouldn't think about picking up. Most of these guys played with the team the season before, while a few are looking hard to find a new home.